Seventh Annual Boo at the Bridge Offers Lots of Tricks and Treats for the Halloween Season – Canon City Daily Record


Attention scary cats!

The seventh Boo at the Bridge will have ghosts and goblins of all ages, and plenty of candy to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.

The event will take place from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on October 23 at the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, located at 4218 County Road 3A. There will be a lot of goodies, animations and games.

Admission includes treats and entertainment. The cost is $ 11 per person (ages 4 and up) when pre-purchasing online; $ 13 / person (4 years and over) at the door; $ 8 / person (4 years and over) at the door with a valid season pass (must be purchased at the park); and free for children 3 and under.

Live entertainment will be provided by Deja Bluz – a local favorite. They will play blues, blues-rock and good old rock and roll. Hear a spooky melody added to the mix.

Nature’s Educators, a 501c3 non-profit wildlife education program, will be there to teach everyone about the importance of birds of prey. Plus, be sure to stop and watch the B Box School of Dance’s spooky rendition of Halloween favorites at the south end of the bridge.

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Instagram costume contest

Summon a creative costume and snap a photo at one of the designated spots in the park during the event. Post it on Instagram with the hashtag # booatthebridge21 and you’ll be entered to win great prizes.

Coloring contest

Be sure to enter the Boo at the Bridge coloring contest sponsored by the Cañon City Daily Record / Shopper. Look at the Daily Record and Shopper for the coloring page and pull out those pencils. The winner of each age category will receive four tickets to Boo at the Bridge.

Age groups: 0 to 4, 5 to 8 and 9 to 12 years old. Entries can be dropped off in the Daily Record mailbox located at 831 Royal Gorge Blvd., Suite 325. The deadline for submission is October 15th.


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